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Creating an emotional connection between your customer and your product

Customer service has become one of my favourite parts of running a small SaaS company. You learn so much about your product and what people are feeling when they use i...

Growing a startup and a young family and learning to take my time seriously

I’ve been doing a poor job lately of being present while with my family. In this episode I talk about some of the pressures of having a young family and trying to star...

Why annual plans are a win win and I’m building features for nobody

In this episode I talk about my phone call with Corey Haines from Baremetrics (https://baremetrics.com) and how he showed me how I’ve been building a bunch of features...

The downside to this “No Code” fad and lessons from a millionaire

This No Code fad has been huge. Tools like Bubble, WebFlow, etc. are killing it and changing the way we launch and build products. But there may be a cost I think most...

Why MRR is a deceiving metric and my 2 year old thinks I don’t love him

Balancing a day job, a family, and a side project can be a rollercoaster of emotion. So are revenue analytics. I talk about these (while trying to say “umm” less), how...

The future of “growth hacking”

Wistia, Basecamp, Transistor.fm...companies that are run by teams who actually need and use the product they build. Here’s another rant about the advantages of being y...

Why I’m making a podcast about SaaS

I talk about why I’m building a SaaS company and why I’m podcasting about it.

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